Fame finds courtroom artist after Brady drawing goes viral
NEW YORK - Jane Rosenberg's courtroom drawing of New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is everywhere - and now so is she. She's fending off cyberbullies along the way.
She's on network television. She's on the radio, in newspapers and all over the Internet. And so is her sketch of an edgy Brady sitting in a Manhattan courtroom on Wednesday.
Lawyers were arguing whether it's fair to suspend him for four games because a Patriots' employee supposedly deflated footballs at a January game.
The sketch has been criticized as making Brady look like an aging cartoon villain or like his face is melting.
Rosenberg said Friday she feels bullied by nasty emails but is coping, keeping busy by endless interviews.
She says she was trying to capture his mood rather than duplicate pictures taken outside court.
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